Rodipet Organic Syrian Hamster Food Junior (500g)
- age-appropriate diet
with vegetables and herbs
high-quality natural ingredients
from the food range of the natural habitat
organically sourced ingredients
organic certified by Eco-Monitoring Unit DE-021
Our JUNiOR Mix is tailored to the needs of young Syrian hamsters. Its components are perfectly balanced to supply all the nutrients and energy an active young hamster needs to grow and develop. This also makes it an ideal food for pregnant or lactating females.
Carefully selected delicious herbs, quality seeds, tasty roots and tender vegetables from organic sources remind us of the steppes of Syria, which are the original habitat of hamsters of the species Mesocricetus auratus.
23 prime ingredients from organic certified sources. Each of the 23 components included in our Organic Syrian Hamster Food recipe has been chosen based on what would be available to wild Syrian hamsters living in the highlands of Aleppo. All ingredients are carefully checked and only make it into our food mixes if they meet our strict quality requirements – thus, each and every bite your little gourmet takes is a feast for his senses.
By the way: vitamins and micronutrients are gradually degraded during storage, especially when in contact with oxygen. For this reason, we keep our stores low, mix fresh foods every day and package them in airtight containers. Thus, your pet gets all of nature’s great wealth of nutrients.
Mix & match insects: A proverb says “tastes vary”. This is true not only for humans, but also for our pets. For this reason, we do not add “standard” insects as sources of protein. Instead, we ask you to choose your pet’s favourite insects separately and feed them either as treats (this is very effective when taming a new pet!) or add them to this compound feed. And if you occasionally want to feed your pet a little bit of a hardboiled egg or a little cottage cheese, you can simply leave out the insects that day to avoid feeding too much protein.
Foraging adventure: Wild Syrian hamsters live in steppes and agricultural areas, where they find a varied diet that changes with the seasons. On their exciting late evening rambles through nature, hamsters use their sensitive noses to find all the best bits of food, which they either carry home in their pouches or eat then and there.
If you like, you can also entertain your pet with a foraging adventure: Instead of providing all the food in a feeding bowl, you can scatter the compound food around your hamster’s enclosure or bury it under a thin layer of substrate in the digging box. You can then watch your pet act out his natural behaviour, digging up even the smallest seed or grain.
Feeding recommendation: Feed 1.5 heaped measuring spoons (this equals 1.5 heaped tablespoons) and one to two insects of your choice per day. Please check weekly how much food your pet has stashed away in his larder: if the stores are, figuratively, overflowing, please reduce the amount of food slightly; if there is hardly anything stored your pet probably needs a little more food. If you are caring for a pregnant or lactating female, please let her have half a measuring spoon of this hamster mix and one insect extra per day.
This tub contains approximately 90 measuring spoons worth of food, which lasts on average 1-2 months, depending on the animal.
Ingredients: Corn flakes, yellow millet, oat flakes, barley, carrots, pumpkin seeds, rye, parsnip, parboiled peas, beetroot, amaranth, hempseed, buckwheat, brown linseed, parsley leaves, birch leaves, dandelion root, spinach leaves, fennel seeds, golden linseed, sesame seeds, toasted soybeans, hazel leaves (all ingredients are organically sourced)
Analytical constituents: crude fibre: 7.9 %, crude protein: 14.9 %, crude oils and fats: 9.2 %, crude ash: 3.2 %
Naturally contained minerals per 100 g: calcium: 220 mg, phosphorus: 410 mg, magnesium: 300 mg, potassium: 720 mg, sodium: 45 mg
Naturally contained trace elements: iron: 12.85 mg, manganese: 5.11 mg, zinc: 4.32 mg, copper: 0.89 mg
Rodipet® recommends this product for Syrian hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus)